Yet it seemeth that this narration doth not in all points agree with that of Paul, which we shall see in the 22nd chapter, Acts Conclusion: This subject Bibliography Jamieson, Robert, D. McGarvey's Original Commentary on Acts". The Biblical Illustrator. They heard the voice. Although they heard the voice, they did not understand what it said Acts They do not hear the distinct voice of Christ speaking to their hearts with a strong hand, inwardly and effectually, and so remanin under the power of unbelief, in an unconverted state. Bibliography Edwards, Justin. So it was with the men who were with Daniel, when he saw the vision, mentioned Daniel ; and the heathen, however they came by the notion, thought their deities often rendered themselves visible to one only, in a company consisting of many.
New International Version The men traveling with Saul stood there speechless; they heard the sound but did not see anyone. New Living Translation The men. Acts New International Version (NIV).
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7 The men traveling with Saul stood there speechless; they heard the sound but did not see anyone. Saul's Conversion - Meanwhile, Saul was still breathing out murderous threats against the Lord's disciples.
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Preferences Subscriptions Lists. Hearing a voice; the greater difficulty is, to reconcile these words with Actswhere it is expressly said, that these men did not hear the voice; but it is there added, of him that spake unto Saul; so that they might hear the voice of Saul, as it is said in this place, and wonder whom he spake unto, or what he spake about, they not hearing the voice or him that spake unto him, as in Acts it is said: and it seems very likely that they should not hear the voice of Christ, for we read not that any of them were converted; and being left in their infidelity, they were in some respects the more undeniable witnesses of a great part of that miracle.
Ecclesiastical history, theological polemics, as well as the religious life of our own age, are fraught with illustrations of this.
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To others it is governed exclusively by evil. Once in the Gospel history a similar phenomenon is recorded by St. Interlinear Search.
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Benson thinks we may gather, that possiblyhis companions might be Hellenistic Jews, who, though theyheard the sound of the words, yet did not understand their meaning, —for not hearing is frequently put in scripture for not understanding; see particularly 1 Corinthians in the original. Peter Heals Aeneas at Lydda. This is expressed by the word "voice" phone being in the genitive case here, and in the accusative case in Acts Calmet Copyright Statement These files are public domain.